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British tennis star Kyle Edmund is currently competing for a title at Wimbledon
The 23-year-old was named the top-ranked British male tennis player in March
Kyle Edmund made it through to the second round of competition at Wimbledon 2018.
The 23-year-old British superstar took down Australian tennis pro and Wimbledon first-timer Alex Bolt with ease on Tuesday. The match, which took under two hours, ended in a score of 6-2, 6-3 and 7-5, with Kyle leading all three rounds.
His performance in his first game at Wimbledon 2018 has tennis fans buzzing.
The young pro athlete was named the top-ranked male British athlete in March, but is still unfamiliar to some.
Before he takes on American tennis player Bradley Klahn in the next phase of the competition, here’s what you need to know about Kyle Edmund.
Who is Kyle Edmund?
Kyle Edmund was born January 8, 1995 in South Africa. He moved to England when he was three and grew up in Tickton.
He crew up practicing with coach Richard Plews. At 14 he moved with John Black to train at Win Tennis at the National Sports Center in Berkshire, England.
Three years later he established his base at the Lawn Tennis Association’s National Training Center in Roehampton, England with coach Colin Beecher guiding him.
Kyle moved to the Bahamas in 2017.
He won a junior Grand Slam title in 2012 during the boys doubles event at the US Open with partner Frederico Ferreira Silva. The following year the duo won a second junior Grand Slam title at the French Open.
Kyle won his qualifying matches at the Australian Open, beating Tristan Lamasine of France, Austin Krajicek from America and Dane Propoggia of Australia.
He went on to win a Challenger Tour title, the Binghamton Challenger and the Copa Fila Challenge title.
He was called up to join the Great Britain squad for the Davis Cup Semi-Final against Australia as well. Kyle made his debut in the final against Belgium due to an ankle injury.
In 2016, Kyle competed in the Qatar Open. In the first round he scored his first top-50 win against Martin Klizan. Kyle then beat Daniel Munoz de la Nava and reached the quarter finals where he lost to Tomas Berdych.
That year he appeared in the Australian Open, losing to Damir Dzumhur; the RBC Tennis Championships of Dallis, defeating Dan Evans; and the Davis Cup quarter final in Belgrade, where he beat Janko Tipsarevic and Dusan Lajovic.
He then competed in the US Open, making it to the fourth round.
Kyle lost at the Australian Open, the Davis Cup World Group, the Indian Wells Masters, the Davis Cup quarter final, the Monte-Carlo Masters, Wimbledon and the Montreal Masters in 2017.
That same year he reached the third round in the US Open, the semi finals in the Vienna Open and the second round at the Paris Masters.
He started 2018 at the Brisbane International. At that point, he was ranked No. 50 in the world. By April, he reached his first ATP final, defeating Richard Gasquet.
Despite a loss to Pablo Andujar, he was bumped to the No. 23 player in the world.
He won a doubles title at the Estoril Open in May 2018 and beat Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Open.
Since then, he’s made it to the final 16 in the Italian Open and seeded at the French Open at the Grand Slam level.
Kyle Edmund is 23 years old.
Kyle Edmund net worth
According to the Express, Kyle Edmund’s net worth is about $2.1 million (£1.5 million).
ATP said Kyle made $13,595 (£9, 734) in 2018 by mid-January.
He signed a four-year deal with Nike in November 2018, though it’s unclear how much he stood to profit from that venture.
In 2016, he took home $235,000 (£176,765) for defeating John Isner at the US Open.
Wimbledon results 2018
Kyle Edmund made his Wimbledon 2018 debut on Tuesday. He defeated Australian Alex Bolt 6-2, 6-3 and 7-5 to advance to the second round.
France’s Pierre-Hughes Herbert defeated Germany’s Mischa Zverev 6-4, 6-3 and 6-4 on Tuesday.
Marcox Baghdatis of Cyprus defeated Austria’s Dominic Thiem 6-4, 7-5 and 2-0.
Lastly, Matthew Ebden of Australia won against Belgium’s David Goffin. He beat him 6-4, 6-3 and 6-4.